I want to close one tab of chrome. I tried killing the pid of the tab, but the tab doesn't close instead says "Aw, Snap! Something went wrong while displaying this webpage. To continue, reload or go ...
I have a bash script where I'm zipping some files. This process sometimes takes time depending on the file sizes. I want to get the pid of this command and display a flashing message "Zipping..." ...
I have certain file in the disk which I am unable to delete, as it mentions that it's being used by a certain process. How do I identify the process which is using this file?
i tried running netstat -o to check what are the connections which are established. I saw two and they have PID numbers. When I checked it in my Task Manager, I couldn't find those PID numbers. Is ...
for debugging reasons I want to spot one of those bugs showing up just occasionally. Therefore I want to code a while loop in the shell starting the program (if it will segfault => that's what I ...
Resolved before asked: cat /proc/1111/status | grep PPid
Here's one for ya. Upon a forced quit of the Finder with unsuccessful relaunch, "killall Finder" in terminal returns: "No matching processes belonging to you were found" Oddly enough, the PID for ...
I am trying to open a program in a naked X-server on a different virtual terminal. I am using ubuntu 9.10. The command I'm using is this. openvt -f -s -- `X :2 & '/path/to/program' -display :2`; ...
Which files does the linux command "top" read from in order to build its table of data? Specifically, I'd like to be able to find the data for the "command" column based off of a PID.